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I sold my 2013 Street Glide a little over a month ago, and have been seriously considering my next move. I knew only one thing for sure. I knew the new bike was "not" going to be a Harley! What you say? Well before anyone gets defensive, take a look at my signature and you will clearly see that I am a true Harley loyalist.

I also appreciate all rides and riders regardless of their choice or brand loyalty. I have owned other bikes, and loved each one for sometimes entirely different reasons.

Okay, so what did I buy? I am now the proud owner of a new 2014 Yamaha FJr Es 1300. I only picked it up this evening so nothing to report, but I will tell you that nothing I have owned for sometime put a smile on my face like the FJ did.

I look forward to hitting the road this weekend to continue what I expect to be a long love affair. I'm not going to stop visiting here because as I said before, I love my Harley's, just ready for a change.
 

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I sold my 2013 Street Glide a little over a month ago, and have been seriously considering my next move. I knew only one thing for sure. I knew the new bike was "not" going to be a Harley! What you say? Well before anyone gets defensive, take a look at my signature and you will clearly see that I am a true Harley loyalist.

I also appreciate all rides and riders regardless of their choice or brand loyalty. I have owned other bikes, and loved each one for sometimes entirely different reasons.

Okay, so what did I buy? I am now the proud owner of a new 2014 Yamaha FJr Es 1300. I only picked it up this evening so nothing to report, but I will tell you that nothing I have owned for sometime put a smile on my face like the FJ did.

I look forward to hitting the road this weekend to continue what I expect to be a long love affair. I'm not going to stop visiting here because as I said before, I love my Harley's, just ready for a change.
Really? Hey, Man, to each his own, your money so ya got spend it on what makes ya happy. Ride safe, enjoy. Sometimes change is good. Those last 3 HD you owned I would drool over.
 

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Really? Hey, Man, to each his own, your money so ya got spend it on what makes ya happy. Ride safe, enjoy. Sometimes change is good.
Dats right!!

I will admit I had to glance at emmojo's join date and post count :laugh
I kinda expected joined yesterday and this was the 2nd post :what?

No dis intended emmo :)
 

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Dats right!!

I will admit I had to glance at emmojo's join date and post count :laugh
I kinda expected joined yesterday and this was the 2nd post :what?

No dis intended emmo :)
No dis taken, but I don't get your point.
 

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Ride that beast to the collision man.
 

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No dis taken, but I don't get your point.
A while back it seems to me as this site had several post or threads from folks
Saying they wish they had or had a brand of bike other than a Harley

some of those seemed like they joined just to get a dig in on Harleys and they had a few post and joined just days prior! and never heard from again

Just saying I mis-judge at first..LOL I'm nuts like that :what?

On my second Harley and have several imports, old kaw zx1100 and a suzuki bandit with touring bags and trunk so I'm not a against them
 

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Congrats on your new bike.:)

You will miss your Harley, I just came off a 2006 FJR. Rode it for about a year then it got bored

Is not the same feeling cruising down the highway like on a Harley:)

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You are clearly younger and or more flexible than I am. There is no way I could ride any distance in the position that bike would put me in.
 

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Enjoy your new ride. Hope you have many years of enjoyment from her.
 
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